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The science of muscle building
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So when you lift weights, push or pull weights, you break down your muscles. You tear microfibers in your muscles that must be rebuilt. For these microfibers to be rebuilt, you need carbohydrates for energy to help your body get the energy to fix them and protein to help with the speed and quality of the rebuilding process. After a rest period, the microfibers will rebuild and be stronger and bigger than before so that they are prepared for when you lift weights again. That is how you build muscle.

However, don’t just eat protein and carbs. You need to get vitamins and nutrients into your body from plants to help with feeling and staying healthy. A good example of a protein-packed and (relatively) healthy breakfast is peanut butter (protein) on toast (carbs) with banana and homemade fresh orange juice (vitamins and nutrients) to help give your day a healthy and bodybuilding protein kick-start.

An excellent example of a lunch time protein snack is an omelet packed with chorizo and mushrooms. Put some potatoes on the side and you have a healthy and great tasting meal. The great thing is about this meal is that you can play around with your fillings to what you like and it will all still stay relatively healthy. Just don’t go over the top with the oil in the pan, as you don’t want the thing swimming in grease!

Building muscle takes time and patience. You aren’t going to see immediate changes, but soon the months will go by and before you know it you’ve hit your goal! Stay fit!
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More strength is more muscle. The heavier the weights you lift, the stronger your body and the larger your muscles will grow. Your muscles increase in size so you can lift heavier weights. This is why strength is the weight of lifting heavy weights and gaining muscle mass naturally.

Most people try to build muscle by doing high representative insulation exercises until pumped and sore. But this rarely works because you can not lift enough to cause muscle growth. Only lifters who are already strong or using drugs can build muscle primarily by doing isolation exercises like curls and flies.

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